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Brighten up your Rolleiflex (or any TLR camera) with a new Rick Oleson Brightscreen

For a photographer, there is nothing quite like the experience of looking onto the focus screen of a TLR or other medium format, primarily waist-level viewfinder cameras such as Hasselblads, Bronicas or Mamiya RB67s.

My Minolta X-300 + Tokina SD 70-210mm f/4-5.6, by Olaf Lengler

5 Frames… Shooting Blues Night 1993 with Stan Webb and Chicken Shack on Kodak T-MAX 3200 (35mm Format / EI 3200 / Minolta X-300 + Tokina SD 70-210mm f/4-5.6) – by Olaf Lengler

In autumn 1993 it was time again. The annual Blues Night in the neighboring town of Idar-Oberstein was coming up. This time I also wanted …

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5 Frames... Of Adox KB17 during 'Der Fasching' at the heart of the Black Forest in 1960s Germany (35mm / EI 100 / Asahi Pentax SV + 28mm f/3.5 Super-Takumar) - by Jeremy Greenaway

5 Frames… Of Adox KB 17 during ‘Der Fasching’ at the heart of the Black Forest in 1960s Germany (35mm / EI 100 / Asahi Pentax SV + 28mm f/3.5 Super-Takumar) – by Jeremy Greenaway

Way back in 1963, in the early years of my photojournalism career, a German friend of mine who was about to emigrate to the US …

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Over the hill or here or there: My adventures getting started in a large format film photography wonderland

Over the hill or here or there: My adventures getting started in a large format film photography wonderland

It’s mid-December 2020 and a bearded, touqued figure stands silently on the side of a frozen lake looking off towards the rising peak of a …

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My Mamiya 645 Pro and Mamiya Sekor-C 80 mm f:2.8, Bram van der Horst

5 Frames… Of Icelandic industrial edge on Fuji Pro 400H and a Mamiya 645 Pro (120 Format / EI 400 / Mamiya Sekor-C 80 mm f/2.8) – by Bram van der Horst

In between covid lockdowns, my girlfriend and I had the chance to visit Iceland. We went lightweight and camped everywhere. Lightweight except that I had …

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